27 videos in "Derivatives / Rules of Derivatives"

Introduction to Derivatives

The Derivative

Calculation of Derivatives

Derivatives of Trigonometric Functions

Leibniz Notation and the Chain Rule

Rectilinear Motion

HigherOrder Derivatives

Critical Numbers and the First Derivative Test

Concavity and the Second Derivative Test

The Power Rule

Derivatives Part 1

Derivatives Part 2

Derivatives Part 3

[C.2] Numerical Derivative

[C.3] Elasticity

Derivative of a SumProductQuotientComposition

Sign of Derivative and Increasing or Decreasing

Increasing or Decreasing Derviative from Function

Cartesian Graphs and the Second Derivative

Excel Project 1  Acceleration of Sales

Notations and Power Rule

Chain Rule

Derivative of Exponential

Max and Min

Elasticity Part 1

Elasticity Part 2

Elasticity Part 3  Calculator
Derivative of a SumProductQuotientComposition
 How do you take the derivative of a composition of functions using a TI graphing calculator?
 Why is the sum of derivatives of two functions equal to the derivative of the sum of the functions?
 How do you find the derivative of two functions that are added or subtracted?
 How do you find the derivative of two functions that are multiplied together or divided?
 How do you find the derivative of f(g(x)) using a graphing calculator?
This lesson explains how to find the value of the derivative of a function at a point. The functions in this lesson are of two functions added, subtracted, multiplied, divided, or composed together. The derivatives in this lesson are taken using a TI graphing calculator.